no good news and goat cheese ice cream

Have to admit, we’ve had a no-good-horrible-very-bad week at this house. No worries, we’re going to be OK. It’s just been, you know, hard.

Before we got the no-good-horrible-very-bad news, I had planned on writing a whole post about the love addiction I’m having this summer with my ice cream maker.

I made ice cream, took photos, and of course had specific affiliate links ready to be embedded so you all would click on them and make me the richest mommy blogger on my block.

That post died. I just don’t have it in me to write about ice cream. My heart and mind is 10,000 miles away from authentically writing about ice cream.

But I do know how to write about eating my emotions off my face, because that’s one thing I’m good at.

Tonight, Piper and I self-medicated with the ice cream that will never be written about.

It was a Toddler & Tiaras marathon, washed down with the best goat cheese roasted cherries ice cream you’ll never hear about.

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Everything will be fine. Someday, hopefully soon-ish. In the grand scheme of things, this has to be, will be, minor. But right now, it’s OK and natural that we’re feeling let down, heavy, mad and often sad.

But we’re healthy, and we have each other. We have ice cream and we have (what might be) a looooong summer.

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  1. Girl, if I’m correct in assuming your no-good-very-bad news is the same as ours (and SOMETIMES I’m right at assuming), just know I’m sending you hugs. Love, hugs, solidarity, parenthood, fury, activism….we can share these things. Please eat some awesome ice cream for me and Adina. I can’t, no, I WILL NOT tell Adina that this is the fate of her school. I won’t accept this. *hugs*
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  2. Hugs, mama!

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  3. :0( Hopefully things look up soon.

    And eating ice cream is totally more important than writing about it.

    xo
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  4. I hope everyone is okay! That ice cream does looks amazing. xoxo

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  5. great perspective. and you know I’m here to help if possible. still praying for you guys.

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  6. Dude, I kno you’re sad I’m gone but don’t eat yourself out of your pants while I’m away, THREE MORE DAYS! YOU CAN MAKE IT!

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  7. Kalisha says:

    Could you and Piper bring some of that ice cream over to my house? I could definitely use some of that right now too.

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    Sarah G Reply:

    Ya, me too. And I think I’ll add chocolate chip cookies, cheesecake brownies, and sugar cream pie. Hope to see you soon!

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    Emily Reply:

    you’ll see me soon. we will eat our faces off.

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  8. Now I’m here all assuming what it is! Sad.

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  9. I do hope you’ll share about the goat cheese part- Gray is dairy-free and we are interested! Hope all is much better soon!

    Steph

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  10. Still can’t believe how things have been handled. It’s totally not right. And I’m sorry you’re having to deal with it.

    In the meantime, eating as much ice cream as possible seems like the best solution.

    xox

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  11. Sending much love to you.
    <3
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    Emily Reply:

    thanks, Rachel. love you to the moon and back, as always.

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    Rachel - A Southern Fairytale Reply:

    @Emily, xoxoxo

    THIS MUCH

    xoxo
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  12. Ice cream is always the answer. And homemade ice cream has magical powers :)

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